Pediatric Radiologist, CHEO
Full TimeAcademic Position
CHEO, an affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Ottawa, seeks an exceptional full-time fellowship-trained pediatric radiologist for position(s) opening within the next 6 months. Experience with adult MRI would be considered an asset. Outstanding clinical, interpersonal
and communication skills are required. The successful candidate must possess proven research skills and have a commitment to lifelong learning and academic advancement.
CHEO’s Department of Medical Imaging includes 11 staff members, 5 Pediatric Radiology fellows per year and rotating Diagnostic Radiology residents from the Department of Radiology. Our department prides itself on its excellent collaboration between the radiologists and the CHEO clinicians, both in clinical and research areas. Quality education of our trainees is one of our top priorities. Teaching and clinical research are integral parts of this role, and the successful candidate will work closely with Radiology fellows and residents, demonstrating
strong communication skills and aspiring to advance academic radiology. Our department is responsible for all body, musculoskeletal, thoracic and neuroimaging in pediatric patients for the region of Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec, as well as surrounding areas. We also
provide non-urgent adult MR services to the same region. The department comprises of 2 clinical MRIs(1.5T and 3T), 9 ultrasound rooms, 1 CT, 1 fluoroscopy suite, 1 interventional suite, 3 radiographic rooms plus EOS for spinal imaging, 1 SPECT/CT camera, 1 BMD and 1 pQCT.
Our department is looking forsubspeciality training in the following areas:
- Body/MSK Imaging
- Nuclear Medicine
CHEO invites applications from candidates who have strong operational and academic leadership skills and a proven record of achievement in comprehensive patient care, clinical program development, education, research, and/or quality assurance. Candidates must be eligible for a full-time academic appointment in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa.
While English is the language of the health record, functionality in French is an asset.
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